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Climate Protest Disrupts Alp Conference starstarstarstarstar   14th November 2009 - Views: 649 Climate protesters have disrupted the annual conference of the NSW Labor Party, demanding the government scrap plans for more coal fired power stations in the state.

Reduce Infrastructure Vulnerability From Climate Change starstarstarstarstar   14th November 2009 - Views: 629 With sea levels predicted to rise, leading global consultancy firm AECOM is advising industry to incorporate climate change considerations into infrastructure planning to avoid costly and unplanned expenditure.

Water Use Bursts Through Target 155! To 204 Litres! starstarstarstarstar   13th November 2009 - Views: 655 Water Use Bursts Through Target 155! To 204 Litres! “We don’t expect people to turn off their evaporative coolers during the rest of this hot spell and we understand that some plants will be struggling. But as we’re not even in summer yet, we can’t afford this rampant water use, or we will surely fail to make the 155 Target for the year asserts,” Tony Kelly, Yarra Valley Water Managing Director and spokesperson for Target 155.

Cootamundra Local Wins Nrma Helping People Awards starstarstarstarstar   12th November 2009 - Views: 747 The volunteer efforts of Cootamundra resident Graham Pinney have shone out from almost 450 nominations to win the prestigious Environmental Volunteer Award for this year's NRMA Helping People Awards.

Traveston Decision Victory For Environment And Comon Sense starstarstarstarstar   11th November 2009 - Views: 693 According to Queensland environment organisations, the Commonwealth Government decision to stop the Traveston Dam is a victory for the environment and could have far reaching consequences for our sustainable future.

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